Course curriculum

    1. Bolstad, R. Tranforming recovery NLP and addiction. Transformations NLP Consultations and Training. httpstransformations.org.nztransforming-recovery-nlp-and-addiction

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    2. Peele, S. (1997). Out of the habit trap Five stages to freedom. httpwww.peele.netlibtrap.html

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    3. Reed, S. (2014). Just say no Eden Robinson and Gabor Mate on moral luck and addiction. Mosaic An interdisciplinary critical journal, 47(4), 151-156.

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    4. Shaw, M., & Black, D. W. (2008). Internet addiction Definition, assessment, epidemiology and clinical management. CNS Drugs, 22(5), 353-365.

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    5. Alcohol withdrawal scale

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    6. Fisher, J. (2000). Addictions and trauma recovery. International Society for the Study of Dissociation.

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    7. Edwards, M. E., & Steinglass, P. (1995). Family therapy treatment outcomes for alcoholism. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 21(4), 475509.

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    8. Mokhtari, M. R., Alavi, M., Pahlavanzadeh, S., Weimand, B. M., Visentin, D., & Cleary, M. (2020). Comparison of the effectiveness of a 12 step substance use recovery program on quality of life. Nursing and Health Sciences, 22(2), 390-397.

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    9. Fisher, C. E. (2022). Its misleading to call addiction a disease. The New York Times. httpswww.nytimes.com20220115opinionaddiction-disease.

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    10. Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. (1999). Brief family therapy. In Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series, No. 34. Substance and Mental Health Services Administration (US).

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    11. Sheean, L. (2011). Addiction A disorder of choice. An interview with Gene Heyman. Psychotherapy in Australia, 17(4), 26-31.

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    12. Stofle, G. S., & Harrington, S. (2008). Treating addictions on the internet Can it be done_ A dialogue. Journal of Social Work Practice and Addictions, 2(2), 85-92.

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    13. Gersabeck, N. J. The basic nature of substance dependency.

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    14. Gainsbury, S., & Blaszczynski, A. (2011). A systematic review of Internet-based therapy for the treatment of addictions. Clinical Psychology Review, 31(3), 490-498.

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    15. Lembke, A. (2012). Time to abandon the self-medication hypothesis in patients with psychiatric disorders. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 38(6), 524-529.

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    16. Widyanto, L., & Griffiths, M. (2006). Internet addiction A critical review. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 4, 31-51.

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    17. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2012). Brief interventions and brief therapies for substance abuse. Center for Substance Abuse Treatment.

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    18. Szasz, T. S. (1971). The ethics of addiction. The International Journal of Psychiatry, 51-61. copy

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    19. Wiers, R. W., & Verschure, P. (2021). Curing the broken brain model of addiction Neurorehabilitation from a systems perspective. Addictive Behaviors, 112, 1-10.

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    20. Lembke, A. (2020). Curbside consultation Tapering long-term opiod therapy. American Family Physician, 101(1), 49-52.

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    21. Lembke, A. (2018). Why addiction should be considered a disease. The Judges Journal, 57(1), 4-8.

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    22. Klostermann, K., & O'Farrell, T. J. (2021). Couple and family therapy in treatment of alcoholism and drub abuse.

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    23. Khazaei, F., Khazaei, O., & Ghanbari-H, B. (2017). Positive psychology interventions for internet addiction treatment. Computers in Human Behavior, 72, 304-311.

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    24. Miller, S. D., Mee-Lee, D., Plum, W., & Hubble, M. A. (2005). Making treatment count Client-directed, outcome-informed clinical work with problem drinkers. Psychotherapy in Australia, 11(4), 42-56.

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    25. Mentha, H. (2001). How does the drug use fit in_ Psychotherapy in Australia, 7(2), 38-41.

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    26. Steinglass, P. (1987). Chapter 11 Family therapy approaches to alcoholism. In Treating the alcoholic family. Basic Books.

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    27. Wurm, C. (2001). Is addiction a helpful concept_ An existential view. Psychotherapy in Australia, 7(2), 20-25.

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    28. Groves, P. (2014). Buddhist approaches to addiction recovery. Religions, 5, 985-1000.

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    29. Assessment no 34-1

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    30. Assessment no 34-2

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    31. Assessment no 34-3

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    1. Video lecture on Working with Addictions - 205 minute

    1. Brownell, P. (2011). Chapter four The nature of individual experience. In Gestalt therapy for addictive and self medicating behaviors (pp. 76-87). Springer Publishing Company.

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    2. Dominitz, V. A. (2017). Gestalt therapy applied A case study with an inpatient diagnosed with substance use and bipolar disorders. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 24, 36-47.

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    3. Friedman, H. R. (1999). A gestalt approach to sexual compulsivity. The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 6(1), 63-75.

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    4. White, J. R. (1999). A Gestalt approach to working with the person-drug relationship. Gestalt Review, 3(2), 147-156.

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    5. Brownell, P. (2011). Chapter six The sense of the situation. In Gestalt therapy for addictive and self medicating behaviors (pp. 121-146). Springer Publishing Company.

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    6. Pintus, G. (2017). Addiction as persistent traumatic experience Neurobiological processes and good contact. Gestalt Review, 21(3), 221-232.

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    7. Matzko, H. M. G. (1997). A Gestalt therapy treatment approach for addictions Multiphasic transformation process. Gestalt Review, 1(1), 34-56.

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    8. Shub, N. (1996). Chapter 3 Gestalt therapy over time Integrating difficulty and diagnosis. In E. C. Nevis (Ed.), Gestalt therapy Perspectives and applications (pp. 79-112). Routledge.

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    9. Leung, G. (2010). A Gestalt perspective on the phenomenal world of addiction. Gestalt Journal of Australia and New Zealand, 6(2), 20-38.

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    10. Clemmens, M. C, & Matzko, H. (2005). Chapter 15 Gestalt approaches to substance useabusedependency Theory and practice. In A. Woldt & S. Toman (Eds.), Gestalt therapy History, theory and practice (pp. 279-300). Sage Publications.

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    11. Carlock, C. J., Glaus, K. O., & Shaw, C. A. (1992). Chapter 8 The alcoholic A Gestalt view. In E. C. Nevis (Ed.), Gestalt therapy Perspectives and applications (pp. 191-237). The Gestalt Institute of Cleveland Press.

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    12. Wolfert, R. (1998). The broken doll A survivors journey into life. Gestalt Review, 2(3), 189-211.

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    13. Shub, N. F. (1999). A Gestalt approach to the treatment of gambling. Gestalt Review, 3(3), 190-204.

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About this course

  • $50.00
  • 45 lessons
  • 3.5 hours of video content